Starts out with ripe dark-druit aromas, while pepper and charred beef come later. The palate is best up front, where black cherry and dark berry flavors attack well but lose steam fairly quickly. And the finish holds onto some buttery oak that one might rather not taste. But overall this is an easy 50-50 Argentine red blend. Michael Schachner
Bottle Size750 ml
ImporterSouth American Import Company
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